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Hex

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Mirage
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Land Of Some Other Order
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The Dirre And Ever Circling Wolves
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Left In The Desert
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Lens of Unrectified Night
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An Inquest Concerning Teeth
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Raiford (the Felon Wind)
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The Dry Lake
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Tethered To The Polestar
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 46:26

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Hex; Or Printing In The Infernal Method

trevoasisr

While obsessing over Sunn O))), I was led to their inspiration, Earth. However, I grabbed this one on a whim not knowing that their new material was a major departure from their early, pioneering drone. Even though it was very different from my expectations, I was exhilarated by what I heard. It's slow alright, but not distorted. This record sounds as if drone music were forged before Link Wray poked holes in his amplifier's speaker. The tones heard are disturbing, desolate, & at times, majestic. There are definite country western influences here as the whole album evokes the American Old West frontier. Top notch stuff. FYI: The album is subtitled, "Or Printing In The Infernal Method". Great subtitle!

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